I had just received this used lens which I bought it off ebay from a seller in South Korea and had just taken it for a ride to do some test shots.
Once in a while I will go down to Kulai town (the name had actually changed to Kulaijaya since it became a county but still being used) for a breakfast of Roti Canai (sort of wheat flour pancake bread) and I did that just this morning. I also brought along the Sigma SD15 with this lens mounted and had the intention of taking photographs of the seller turning the dough into Roti Canai but that did not happen. It’s not in the menu today except for fried noodle. Oh well, still it was fine with me but no photographs of the process. Anyroad, here are the takes. All shot at ISO 100, aperture priority at f2.8 except for Kulai town which was at f5.6. Exported to tiff from Sigma Photo Pro 5, balanced, local contrast enhanced, scaled down and exported to jpeg in GIMP. No sharpening and colour enhance done.